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Originally posted by Valhall
Is there any correlation between this and the "Dead Zone" changes that are occuring along the Oregon shelf?
Originally posted by spangbr
"lake Michigan has been running below average for some time now, and way below all time highs.."
"Actually they have taken it into account. And discounted it."
"Even though some would have you believe that 1.5% C02 in the atmosphere isn't that much, it's rising on an exponential growth curve that is not sustainable by the planet."
sardion2000 also said:
(Pertaining to the temperature change VS CO2 graph) "Notice the exponential curve that is now a completely virticle line. That is worrying IMHO."
sardion2000 also said:
"..we could make a Gasoline Burning Car completely benign and get 100 mpg.."
The story behind the link you posted from Environment News Service News Wire said no such thing. It does not dispute nor mention the temperature anomaly data chart posted by HowardRoark (which originates from the website of Richard Muller, PhD, UofC at Berkeley).
And it would still emit CO2. Burn any hydrocarbon and the best you can achieve is CO2. If we truly wanted to reduce CO2 instead of only maintain the current levels, zero CO2 emissions would be required.
1.5% is incorrect. Rounding to 380 PPMV (Parts Per Million by Volume), that equates to 0.038% atmospheric CO2. Can anyone tell me how 0.038% of CO2 has enough heat capacity to warm the other 999,000+ PPM (99.962%)of the atmosphere?
• The American Chemistry Council and others challenged data used by the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) as it sought to ban wood treated with heavy metals and arsenic in playground equipment.
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• The Salt Institute and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce challenged data that led the National Institutes of Health to recommend that people cut back on salt.
• The Nickel Development Institute and other nickel interests challenged a government report on the hazards of that metal.
• The Association of Home Appliance Manufacturers petitioned the CPSC to retract data that ranked the risk of lint fires in various clothes dryers.
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I believe there is no energy crisis, only a political one.